Sir Winston Churchill called the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, Canada’s
greatest contribution to the Allied victory in World War II. The C.A.T.P.
Museum is the only museum solely dedicated to preserving the history of the
thousands of Canadian, American and Commonwealth air personnel who trained
under the “Plan”. Travel back seventy years as you wander through a
period hangar that is a designated national historic site. See the aircraft and
vehicles that helped train air force personnel and witness the complexity of
these aircraft first-hand as volunteers work to restore rare training aircraft.
Proudly, the museum features it’s memorial book “They Shall Grow Not
Old” which pays tribute to the 18,039 RCAF personnel who gave their lives
for our freedom.